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CSPAN
May 4, 2014 1:05am EDT
years in a camp in germany. and alsomi includes the fresh perspective of catalyst he was 18 when the occupation and started an assassinated to have germans in there midst. and there was a girl but evacuated to england before the occupation. made of the men were working men. kim left alone to mourn his wife that had died the year before the occupation and missing his evacuated children. he was also a being a leader so he gives a lovely backstage view. and he had a shop in the guernsy arcade. he was well placed to see what was going on. vivid are also represented. winifred harvey a woman of the upper class is her home was taken over by german officers. and she missed her daughter deanna who had evacuated at the age of 10 and would not see her again until the age of 15 then she had another but a very creative woman who concocted wonderful recipes to meet the food shortages sale dealt with and all served as a guide to figure out what was really happening. said to understand resistance in the channel islands we have to get rid of the notion that violence is the only counter to violenc
CSPAN
May 3, 2014 2:35pm EDT
nazi germany with guernsey's ancient towns in narrow streets yet the channel islands guernsey and jersey alternately with the only pieces of british land captured in acute hide for five long years by the germans. i think we have a little catching up to do here. i will just carry on and we will catch up with it. i notice whenever i'm there that islanders have quite an emphasis on sound, the sound of martial music in their street, the ring of jack boots that echoed off the buildings of their high street and in that there is some sense of violation but also a fascination of this simple incongruity of the whole thing. now what was that oddness that always fascinated me ever since i started visiting guernsey in the 1970s. i was introduced to the island courtesy of my older sister who had the good sense to meet and marry a guernsey man. so i spent many years going back and forth to visit them. we were just going because it was such a beautiful place to visit. i was always struck when i went there gossip and rumor became new means of sending information around the island. they also serve
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